Vieux Carre Commission, French Quarter Management District to hold remote public meetings Dec. 16

Art by Eric T. Styles

(Graphic by Eric T. Styles)
Public meetings for two governmental bodies whose jurisdictions include the French Quarter are scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 16.

The first meeting is by the Vieux Carre Commission and will be held via WebEx conference call starting at 1 p.m. CST.

The dial-in number is 504-658-7001 and the access is code is 992 297 424.

Meeting agenda and other materials can be found here.

The VCCs purpose is to preserve and regulate the historic character of the French Quarter and was created following an amendment to Louisiana’s constitution in 1936.


The second meeting will be held by the French Quarter Management District‘s Government Affairs Committee starting at 2:10 p.m. and will also be held remotely.

Those who wish to observe or to participate in the meeting can join via teleconference at The access code is 204 758 9217.

The public can also view the meeting at or listen in at 469-445-0100.

An agenda for the FQMD’s Government Affairs Committee can be viewed here. Public comments should be emailed to and will be accepted from the time the agenda is released until the conclusion of its reading.

The FQMD was created by the Louisiana legislature in 2007 for the purpose of revitalizing the French Quarter following Hurricane Katrina.


Other remote city meetings occurring on Wednesday include the Street Renaming Advisory Committee at 3 p.m. CST. An agenda and live streaming video can be found here.

Then on Thursday, Dec. 17, the French Quarter Economic Development District and City Council will hold public meetings at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., respectively. Agendas and live streaming videos can be found here.